Dear Her Majesty’s Treasury,
1) Would you please inform the public about what money is?
2) What is the history of the pound £, how and when does it come into existence?
3)The £5 notes says "I PROMISE TO PAY THE BEARER THE SUM OF FIVE POUNDS"?
3)(A) Who is making the promise?
3)(B) What does it mean in practical term?
4)Are promissory notes Legal Tender?
5)Are Government departments obliged to accept Promissory Note?
6) In which circumstances have they got the right to refuse Promissory Note or Legal Tender?
MR BLAISE TCHOULA .
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